Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 6, 1972 · Page 75
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 75

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 6, 1972
Page 75
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August 12 MORNING 6:30 flD Now Classroom 7:00 0 Farmbook Insight Death Valley (B Neighbors 7:15 (B Point of View 7:30 I Uncle Hank Profile RFD _ Monkees I I Cartoons l ) Blast Off Dolittle Tugs Bunny Jerry Lewis 8:00 8:30 O0 Deputy Dawg Q Q Scooby Do (B Q Road Runner 9:00 Q Q f D f B f B Woodpecker © Q Globetrotters (B Q Phantom 9:30 Panther Q Q Bear Bunch (BQ Jackson Five H) Football O "Against all Odds" (0 Kentucky Afield Q Movie 2:30 CD You 3:00 (0 Bowling 3:30 Q "Spiral Road" IB Arms Security 4:30 Q Gospel Music fQ Olympians Q Auto Racing 5:00 Q|B Golf O Slim Mims fBQ'fB Wide World of Sports QJ) Roller Derby fj Wrestling O Insight 5:30 BUI Anderson Voyage EVENING Jetsons Q G-- Pebbles Bewitched 10:30 er Reef Archie Lidsville 11:00 )OD(BIB Giant Step O B Sabrina (BO Curiosity Shop I Josie AFTERNOON 12:00 C| O|B fB (B Wizard O Batman Q Monkees (BQ Johnny Quest 12.30 A Q (B(BIB Bugaloos Q Q You Are There (BO Lancelot Link 1:00 |B Cartoons QO Roller Derby W Theater Wrestling Festival Bandstand 1:30 (B Good News 2:00 6:00 £tOOQ(B Newa (Q Porter Wagoner 6:30 Qi)fB(B News S Rollin on River Bill Anderson 7:00 O Your Ufe Cg Kwiz 7:30 iQ Nashville Music 'Qi) Tell Truth moBB(B Comedy Theater OQ AH in Family "War and eace" (Pt. I) 8:30 Of) Mary Moor* 9:00 i ___ itcher" Dick Van Dyke 9:30 ©O Arnie 8 oo 10:00 ®O Mission Impossible (B O Ken Barry f «· 4 1 8 : : lews _ "Snow White and Three Stooges" O Wrestling 11:15 i(B "As the Sea Rages' 11:30 f| "Harvey" O Tonight (B "Darby's Rangers" Q "Gunfighter" O "Gypsy" ffl "Mad Ghoul" "Man Made Monster" "Man Who Cried Wolf" MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 'Hatfields McCoys 9 cast (Continued From Page 4S) As my mother and I McNIEL FENCE CO., inc. 3002 7tft An., I* Charleston PHONE 744-8051 Residential Industrial Fencing Specialists! Sales Installation -Quality Materials Workmanship Guaranteed 'acEFence PI I The Chain-Link Fence I With Long-Lasting Aluminized Coating! For the Look of Quaint, Rustic Charm 1 FENCING ALUMINUM FITTINGS FOR HAND RAILS-SAFETY HAILS We Install Fencing For Every Purpose! · Yards · Dog Pent · Ctmetery FREE ESTIMATES BANK RATE FINANCING glanced about the amphitheater and saw the people r e m a i n i n g despite the steady downpour, we made up a little poem about the idiocy of sitting outside in the cold and rain to see a show. But we stayed just the same, and so did many others. One man, interestingly, had attired himself in a large plastic garbage can liner to keep out the moisture. It takes a special breed to sit outside in rain and watch a show, and even more dedicated troupe of actors and dancers to keep that show going, even when a first-act completion is considered a full show when it rains. But, in a way, that's what this show is all about. . . some very special Appalachian people with a strong will which hasn't disappeared. . CALL 344-3637 iCOHOMHTTV W. V«. OmiMininlion Di»., MtrrM Corf. lUQUARRIMSnilT "Well, THIS really fears itl We're to make a silk purse out of s sow's earl" "Sarge', originally scheduled for this time.,,' Built specifically for cooling mo tjile homes Three models are available for choosing the correct cooling capacity for any size mobile home. Am to We ioy olmobilu homt IMng with this co/np/efe »ir conditioning ptckagt · Outdoor weatherproof cabinet houses components and controls · Flexible duct kit · Supply air duct connector · Return airbox, filter and interior grille · Thermostat · Built-in electric heat (optional) imr*«rttM»wctt Unit »otjoulsid«. Slip- M flexible duct con- Melt unit to your fritting heit duet. 3 TON UNIT 2 Vi TON UNIT ·OTH UNITS COMPLETELY INSTALLED FN« NOME IMMOIfEMENT KIANK FININCINC AMIUILE AERODYNE CORP. 1325DUNBARIVE. OUNBM W VI HlMe7M - 0066 OutofTemiCaHColect' CHARLESTON, W. VA. Mary-Robin Redd and Don Knottt star in "Comedy Theater" at 8 p.m*, Aug. 12 on NBC-TV. Original 'Manclia 9 stars back for summer rerun By Harvey Pack NEW YORK-This city, which claims, according to a hot-weather slogan, that it is a Summer Festival, is currently playing host to a theatrical miracle and one which does indeed contribute to New York as · tourist a t t r a c t i o n . Some seven years ago, an unheralded musical limped into town and opened in a downtown, out-of-the-way theater. It was called "Man of La Mancha," and after the critics filed their ecstatic reviews, it went on to set Broadway history as one of the all- time great American musicals. The miracle? At New York's L i n c o l n Center, "Man of La Mancha" is being revived this summer --not with a catch-all cast of semi-names as is generally the case with such revivals, but with the original company, including Richard Kiley repeating his virtuoso performance. You may be wondering what all this theater talk is doing in a television story. Well, it belongs here primarily because "Man of La Mancha" was originally a television play and a pretty ordinary one at that (try that one out at your next trivia quiz). Written by Dale Wasserman under the title of "I, Don Quixote," it was part of the high-priced Show of the Month series produced by David Susskind. It starred Lee J. Cobb, Eli Wallach and Colleen Dewhurst and it was badly received and called a ponderous, boring play. Those who praised the show found the idea stimulating, but the play itself quite talky. As author Wasserman recalls, "It was a bit ponderous. You know speech, es about having an impossible dream.. .just didn't play well." But somebody liked It, and Wasserman received offers to convert it into a play or a musical. Deciding to try the musical route, he put together · script, with music and lyrics by Mitch Leigh and Joe Darion, and then had a lot of trouble f i n d i n g backers. Finally producers with faith in the property were found, however, all the chemistry worked Contlnied M page US TV Movies Saturday "Against All Odds," (1931) **, 2 p.m., Q with Vera Reynolds and Wheeler Oak. man. · · · "Spiral Road," (1962) ***, 3:30 p.m., O with RockHud- son and Burl Ives. · · * "War and Peace," ( Pt. I), 8 p.m., |B Q with Vyache- slav Tihonov and Ludmila Savelyeva. "The Catcher," 9 p.m., Q O ID (8 IB with Michael Whitney and Tony Franciosa. "Snow White and Three Stooges," (1961) ·*%, 11 p.m., © with Carol Heiss and Patricia Medina. * » * "As the Sea Rages," (I960) "'/A 11:15 p.m., |B with Maria Schell and Cameron Mitchell. · » » "Gunfighter" (1950) ***, 11:30 p.m., Q with Gregory Peck and Jean Parker. "Harvey*" *(1950)) ***», 11:30 p.m., £| with James Stewart and Peggy Dow. "The Mad *Ghoul," (1943) **%, 11:30 p.m., (B with Turhan Bey; "Man Made Monster," (1941) **, with Lon Chancy; Man Who Cried Wolf," (1937) **, with Louis Stone. "Gypsy," (1963) ***, 11:30 p.m., 0 with Rosalind Russell and Natalie Wood. "Darby's Rangers," (1958) **, 11:30 p.m., (B with James Garner and Ed Byrnes. SUNDAY GAZETTE-MAIL

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